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Back pain between shoulders, pain on touching belly button, chest pain. Causes for symptoms?

I am thirty five in pretty good shape. But for two weeks my back between my shoulders has felt stuck excruciating pain that hurts so bad its in my chest making it painful to take deep breaths and yesterday my belly button was so touchy that touching it made me light headed do i need to see a doctor about these or could it go away on its own
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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Hello user
I think you require a thorough ultrasonography scan of your abdomen, as the symptoms of pain near belly button and a referred pain in back near shoulder blade are related to gall bladder problems.

Three things support the above facts, 1. You are in good shape (mid obese) 2. your age is between 35- 40 3. referred pain in back.

You can review with your report to a nearby General Physician, if its normal than there is no need to worry.

hope my info helped you
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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